Former Nassau judge pleads guilty to ...

Former Nassau judge pleads guilty to money laundering

There are 58 comments on the Newsday story from Jul 13, 2007, titled Former Nassau judge pleads guilty to money laundering. In it, Newsday reports that:

A former Nassau County District Court judge pleaded guilty in federal court Friday to a charge of conspiracy to commit money laundering.

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by george

Rahway, NJ

#1 Jul 13, 2007
37 to 46 months is not sufficient. A judge needs to be held to a higher standard. He should also be charged with indecent exposure for romping completely nude in his backyard in front of his neighbors. The police were called but wouldn't do anything because he was a judge at the time.
exislander

Charlestown, NH

#2 Jul 13, 2007
A judge with poor (impaired) judgement. That could be dangerous.
Ededed

New York, NY

#4 Jul 13, 2007
another sad day in America (once was America)
Let's send these type in exile or quarantine them or to Gitmo - country club jails (now private) are another burden on society and tax payers dollars, needed badly for constructive things
Hmm

Miller Place, NY

#5 Jul 13, 2007
His name is David Gross...who expected him to be honest???
Some Guy

United States

#6 Jul 13, 2007
Good Morning. I'll be your cellmate today.
JIMMY

United States

#7 Jul 13, 2007
GOOD, ITS ABOUT TIME SOME JUSTICE IS SERVED..HOPE U LIKE THE ORANGE JUMPSUIT!!!
long island gal

Brooklyn, NY

#8 Jul 13, 2007
Hmm wrote:
His name is David Gross...who expected him to be honest???
This is blatantly anti-semetic--- remember the money launderers have the letter "o" at the end of their last names- they've ruined many innocent families- glad the "Sopranos" is off the air-- too many wannabees who were watching that filth-- and shame on those who did a "take-off" commercial on that last "Sopranos" episode-- we don't role model after that series-- so stop insulting our race!
Ededed

New York, NY

#10 Jul 13, 2007
**A judge with poor (impaired) judgement. That could be dangerous**

We have a long tradition in **appointing** weird guys on that role - another case of **buying a chair** regrdless of any psychological test to establish the **being fit**- see Florida Judge on Ann Nicole Smith case - ex taxi driver from DA BRONX - our laws are excellent, not the **interpretation** in way too many cases....
Ubee A-Sucka

Saint Paul, MN

#11 Jul 13, 2007
I know a DA who said this guy is a complete a hole and deserves to go to jail and take it like a man.
you are stoopit

New York, NY

#12 Jul 13, 2007
long island gal wrote:
<quoted text> This is blatantly anti-semetic--- remember the money launderers have the letter "o" at the end of their last names- they've ruined many innocent families- glad the "Sopranos" is off the air-- too many wannabees who were watching that filth-- and shame on those who did a "take-off" commercial on that last "Sopranos" episode-- we don't role model after that series-- so stop insulting our race!
Oh Please. The comment could just as easily mean that David Gross is a fit name for this man whose conduct was well... gross.
FF Jack

Brooklyn, NY

#13 Jul 13, 2007
He associated with career criminals. That's no different than being an active part of a criminal enterprise. Who knows how far on his knees he's dropped while dealing with them.

It's still sad to me that a respected jurist threw his whole life away.
Tom Mullen-San Diego

San Diego, CA

#14 Jul 13, 2007
TAKE THE ELECTION OF JUDGES OUT OF THE HANDS OF THE PARTY BOSSES...PLEASE!!!!!
An American

Pelham, NY

#15 Jul 13, 2007
Let's see if he gets jail or probation. Hopefully rot in jail.
PC GONE WILD

Stamford, CT

#16 Jul 13, 2007
LMAO "He's taking a step to move past it today by taking responsibility for his wrong doings," Carman said."

You mean he got caught. Probably only going to have to pay this back and no jail time.
My opinion

Middle Island, NY

#17 Jul 13, 2007
His lawyer stated that this a tragic day for David and his family. Oh boo hoo. How about the citizens he betrayed?
Dubya

Jackson, NJ

#18 Jul 13, 2007
No problem. I'll commute his sentence. Oops. The putz is a Democrat?
An American

Pelham, NY

#19 Jul 13, 2007
Dubya wrote:
No problem. I'll commute his sentence. Oops. The putz is a Democrat?
Then maybe clinton will give him a full pardon.
Spell Check

Deer Park, NY

#25 Jul 13, 2007
where is this sob from?
go john carmen

Bedford, TX

#26 Jul 13, 2007
john carmen is a family friend of ours and his attorney.he won my trial for me with wrongful arrests and accusations-if theres way he was entraped carmen will find it :)
Mr Jones

Hillsdale, NJ

#27 Jul 13, 2007
We need to go back to the days of Judge Wapner.

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